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Nov. 19

Anthony Parker, 25, of Sherwood was arrested on a charge of theft of property after police responded to a report of stolen property at 1305 Ray Road. Complainant Felicia Rockins said she had looked under her bed for her .40-caliber Smith and Wesson handgun and noticed it was missing. She had last seen it on Nov. 5.

She suspected her brother, Anthony Parker, had stolen it. On Nov. 10, officers responded to the Ray Road home and advised there were text messages on Rockins’ phone in reference to selling the gun. Parker later admitted to taking a picture of the phone and sold it for $50 on Nov. 7. Cedrick Ramey said he bought the gun from Parker.

Daniel Miller, 36, of Jacksonville was arrested on a charge of theft of property (shoplifting) after police were called to the Wal-Mart Supercenter, 2000 John Harden Drive, in reference to a possible shoplifter on the premises. According to the police report, he tried to leave Wal-Mart without paying for $1.32 in tea, a $6.40 in chicken wings, and a $3.97 souvenir flask.

Scott Langley, 33, of North Little Rock was arrested on charges of theft of property, possession of firearms by certain persons, theft by receiving and breaking and entering after police responded to 4215 Glenmere Road in North Little Rock to investigate the theft of a lawn mower from Bible Baptist Church in Jacksonville.

According to the arrest report, officers could hear power tools being used in the back yard so he walked to the corner of the fence and identified themselves. Jacksonville detectives could see a Kubota mower partially covered by a canopy in the back yard.

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